The Potomac Playmakers

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Supporting the local and international community is at the heart of the RBR mission and vision. We are proud to host this fundraiser and donate 50% of sales to support our friends at Potomac Playmakers!!

We are excited to bring this Rain Forest Alliance certified coffee with notes of chocolate and vanilla milano while hinting at the rich fragrance of an Indonesian rain forest. Whether you crave the decadence of something naturally sweet or the warm deep embrace of a cup of coffee, this Indonesian offering is an all around favorite in our RBR family. Each 12oz bag will brew up to 33 cups, that's only $0.45 per cup for local craft roasted, ethically sourced and community driven coffee! 

Shipping orders will be fulfilled immediately while orders placed for pickup will be handled by the Potomac Playmakers team for distribution at the end of November.  

The Potomac Playmakers is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Hagerstown, Maryland. Its purpose is to produce and promote theatrical performances, in order to educate, entertain, and preserve the tradition of live theatre. Begun in 1926, The Potomac Playmakers is the second oldest community theater in Maryland. It was created by the Hagerstown Women’s Club after a member, Mary Lemist Titcomb, suggested that a formal theater group would help get the local community involved in the theatrical performances the Women’s Club performed throughout the year. Ms. Titcomb, who in 1902 had been the head librarian of the newly created Washington County Free Library, was famous for also being the founder of the first Bookmobile. 

The Potomac Playmakers performed on the stage of the Women’ Club for most of its long history, but in recent years decided to seek a permanent home of its own.  In 2018, through a generous grant from the Agnita Stine Schreiber Fund, the former Cedar Lawn Missionary Church building was purchased, and the renovations began to turn it into a venue that seats 120 people.

 


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